Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past few days, you know the news broke that Alexander Wang is the latest designer collaboration for H&M. The young New York talent, who is also the creative director for Balenciaga, announced that the collection will launch on November 6th and will be made available in 250 H&M stores worldwide. Given the designer’s huge following, this designer collaboration is bound to be a success on the selling floor.
“I am very honored to be a part of H&M’s designer collaborations. The work with their team is an exciting fun process. They are very open to pushing boundaries and to setting a platform for creativity. This will be a great way for a wider audience to experience elements of the Alexander Wang brand and lifestyle,” said Wang in a statement.
Shoo Funi is celebrating its 11th fair, and displays 45 veteran and young shoe designers, who will display their collections with a discount of 20% (And up to 70%) on models from previous seasons.
Amongst the many brands on the fair you’ll also find Arama Footwear (@SoArama) Inside-Out, Olive Thomas, Roni Kantor, Michal Miller, and an exciting collaboration with Sigalit Landau, an Israeli sculptor, & video installation artist.
Franziska Michael’s designs are characterised by contrast. Structure and fluidity, colour and monochrome, natural fibres and high-tec synthetics are all employed to create women’s wear that defies expectations. Franziska’s collections satisfy the desire for a synthesis of culture, artistry and innovation through fashion.
The ‘Bloom Skin’ campaign was originally photographed for the SS 2012 collection, but it’s a true classic. Each photo is like a bud slowly blooming, revealing myriads of colours and shades, playing with transparencies and vivid colours. ‘Bloom Skin’ is the first collection designed by Yoshiyuki Miyamae for Issey Miyake.
Fadil Berisha is an Albanian-American fashion photographer living in New York. His work has been published in such publications as Vogue, Elle, Allure, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Marie Claire, Vanity Fair, GQ, and Esquire.
Last year, the editors of ArtReview magazine named Ai Weiwei the most powerful artist in the world, for being arrested and harassed by the Chinese government, but still making daring and provocative work.
Ai Weiwei, born 18 May 1957 in Beijing, is a Chinese contemporary artist, active in sculpture, installation, architecture, photography, film, and political and cultural criticism.
With a punk approach to menswear, combined with innovative technical fabrics, and engineered knitwear, here’s BODYBOUND 2014 A/W collection, a label that was launched in 2012, after the designers Kim and Pliny, were selected by Yohji Yamamoto as finalists of the prestigious Hyeres Awards.
Sydney-based clothing designer Haryono Setiadi is one of the youngest creatives in Australia to make it to the lofty heights of the national fashion scene. His Spring Summer 2014-15 collection was unveiled on one of the many catwalks of Australian fashion week.
Such a pleasant surprise in the middle of the week! This mesmerizing photo (Ph: Ido Wolfman) shows Nona Chalant modeling one of my designs, a gray silk fabric (I’ve used a full length roll of 25 meters) with a special painting treatment.
The Maleme_tlv blog was born as a natural progression of the social networks surrounding us all, and rooted deeply in the urban hectic life of telavivian males.
Every day it offers an outfit that combines the best of contemporary trends and commercial ready-to-wear fashion, and will update regularly with recommendations of new products with key items for men.
The blog was founded by fashion designer Jonathan Turgeman and fashion journalist Daniel Assayag, whom in the future plans to establish their blog as a platform for selling and exposing new items selected especially for their male readers and followers.
"Børk No.1 is the work of the multidisciplinary creative studio Børk, a collaboration of visual and product designers. Each of the four blankets is the work of an individual designer. They are currently prototypes, digitally printed on organic cotton, lined with high quality material from outdoor brand 66°NORTH, making it perfect for indoor and outdoor use."